3 Places To Brunch For Unique Dishes
Every weekend the age-old question of “Where should we brunch?” comes up. If you’re tired of heading to the same spot for bloody marys and waffles and want something a bit different, we’ve got the list for you. We’ve teamed up with three local restaurants with deliciously unique options to choose from.
Scape American Bistro
48 Maryland Plaza, Central West End | 314.361.7227
Voted one of the best St. Louis brunches for the last nine years, Scape American Bistro in the Central West End features breakfast classics with a unique twist. Enjoy brunch favorites, like Farmers Cheese pancakes, shrimp and grits, California Benedict, bottomless bloody marys and more every Sunday from 10am-2:30pm. Take brunch up a notch by heading to Scape’s back patio for a quiet sanctuary.
Sub Zero Vodka Bar
308 N. Euclid Ave., Central West End | 314.367.1200
Head to Sub Zero Vodka Bar for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10am-3pm. Enjoy a menu of sushi—including two new breakfast sushi rolls, the Salmon & Lox and the Bacon ’n’ Eggs—as well as featured entrees, pancakes, salads and sandwiches. Be sure to try Sub Zero’s signature egg dishes, such as the Southwest Omelet, and the assortment of waffles, like the Carrot Cake Waffle. If you’re feeling thirsty, there are plenty of brunch cocktails to choose from, including signature screwdrivers, bloody marys and champagne cocktails.
Fleur de Lilies
1031 Lynch St., Soulard | 314.932.5051
Head to Fleur de Lilies every Saturday and Sunday for its special Creole-inspired brunch from 11am-3pm. The unique options include shrimp and grits, catfish and grits, salmon croquette, bananas foster french toast and so much more. Enjoy $4 mimosas, $5 bloody marys and tequila sunrises. You don’t want to miss this delicious way to start your day in the heart of Soulard.
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